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 - Jay Pd Smgs (Continued from Pago One) greeting...
Jay Pd Smgs (Continued from Pago One) greeting each new guest with: "Folks, this 1 a great friend of mine, a great taxidermist and ladies and genUemen, this 1 the brother of an .Irish poet we're gettln' to be a regular JLeague of Nations here . . . The gueats at the party are quoted as talking in Negro dialect j a social function.. that he doesn't care ' so long a they don't come - downtown and stay In their place." . Revealing that he had instructed hi attorney to file suit immediately. immediately. Lieutenant Clifford said: "It was th first time that any whit guest in my house violated the canon of common decency and attempted to commercialize on It shows that all the remaining estate. Then last spring, th realtor stated, the producer tried the dodge for the third time and attempted to make him buy a plot which he and hi " When Andrews refused to pur - cha the last plot, George F. ReidV his counsel, charged, Griffith Griffith and hi asociates then had a dummy tltleholder sell the plot to a woman living in Harlem, using a Negro lawyer and a Negro real the Jews, so ttelng broke in Lon don and imbued with the idea of making money, he holds a whole i race up to ridicule. I Intend to ! stop similar commercialization on! Negroes for all time." r 1 and the hostess "with a uucness Beaton is low - bred, unscrupulous' of Windsor coiffure, tips cigarette ftnd dishonest H crashed the ash into a biscuit tin." An octoroon girl is quoted aa telling Beaton: "I dislike the blacks more than the whites. They smile and pretend pretend friendship, but behind my back they teU my .boss I'm black and I'm fired. And if whites get If ytn riSrr Hum Attnnta I'lrommf. (ram todftit. p"mt, h.7lni rt!t qii'ck fr dr - Int ri EE TRIAL OFFER of ml rtlif'. loqulr - It from - fllrt j'bflprlnt" eut eipeUllf Is - friendly they find out some time. I wish to hell I was pure white." party" uninvited anyway and even had the eras nerve to write Mrs. Clifford a note from the Waldorf - Astoria telling what a fine time he had at our lovely party. "Snfitn ha1 Kn itlivnn! In . " . . ,.TL" " ..TIT. KAC0R. S5 - U, SUti Uft BISi., Imliual. I - America by his vicious attacks on iniitm. i . fc

Clipped from The Pittsburgh Courier23 Sep 1939, SatPage 4

The Pittsburgh Courier (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)23 Sep 1939, SatPage 4
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